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The world's newsletter manager for email marketing. Deliver your message in minutes using .
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phpList Oct 11
phpList 3.4.7 has been released with sharper looking data display, more compliant spreadsheet handling, easier news feed access, and a fix for dropdown menus. Upgrade today 🆕
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phpList Oct 8
A new Release Candidate is here for testing, including fixes relating to CSV handling, HTML list display, and the community news feed. Help identify potential issues.
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phpList Oct 4
Want to check your campaign’s progress? Track it with detailed real-time statistics on any device. See each click and view from every subscriber, bounces, forwards, and more. 📈
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phpList Sep 27
phpList is a safe home for all your subscribers’ data. With a GDPR-compliant features included as standard, you can focus on growth and engagement worry-free. Read phpList GDPR guidance here:
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phpList Sep 24
Want to focus on great email campaign copywriting and avoid managing deliverability of your own server? Sign up for a hosted account and let the experts handle it
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phpList Sep 20
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Ronan CHARDONNEAU Sep 20
Yesterday I was announcing the release of a course on , today new announcement release of "alpha version" of a full course about
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phpList Sep 16
During the past 12 months 2,551,193,427 emails have been sent in 80 countries from a phpList server. Get your phpList installation in 18 languages and email your friends, partners and colleagues.
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phpList Sep 12
Aha! Well changes to the manual are welcome too, and pull requests are no longer necessary. The manual uses Bookstack, and you can register and edit any page directly
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phpList Sep 12
Absolutely! PRs are reviewed by leading community contributors, and tested by QA staff from phpList Ltd. -- so long as you're open to feedback, we'll find a way to get your patch into a release. GDPR-related improvements are particularly welcome.
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phpList Sep 12
Replying to @v_armi
Sorry to hear that! "Contact us" from your account Dashboard, or if you can't get access (or reset the password) email hosted at phpList dot com for support
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phpList Sep 12
In case it's helpful: guide to using phpList in compliance with GDPR (article) and (video) 🤓
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phpList Sep 12
phpList 3.4.6 has been released featuring subtle improvements to pagination, attachment security, and available default themes. Get the latest version today.
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phpList Sep 6
A Release Candidate for phpList 3.4.6 is now available for testing, including changes to paging, attachments, and available themes. Upgrade your installation to try out the improvements before next week's final release.
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phpList Sep 4
There's a new place to showcase your phpList pages and campaigns, and give thanks for community support that you've received. Share your phpList story:
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phpList Aug 13
phpList 3.4.5 is now available to install! Fresh in this release: Save to spreadsheet your Campaign Click Statistics, have better control over spreadsheet compatibility,and detect bounced addressees faster. Update your installation today! 🆕
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phpList Aug 9
Replying to @hostedby20i @phpmailer
Thanks for sharing your research! PHPMailer and phpList aren't generally considered substitutes; the former is a PHP library used in many applications, whereas the latter is a marketing app as you label it. Indeed phpList uses PHPMailer in the back-end 🙂
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phpList Aug 6
A Release Candidate for phpList 3.4.5 is ready for testing. Update your installation and check the latest changes, including changes to how spreadsheets are generated, and how bounce email addresses are matched 🔭
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phpList Aug 2
The 14th new 'how-to' video on using and phpList has been published on . This Marketing Professor is on a mission to educate, and nobody can stop him ⚡
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Ronan CHARDONNEAU Aug 1
I thought templates was a complicated thing to handle in it took me less than 5 minutes to understand it :) thanks really straightforward
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